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Hastings Trackwork - Tuesday 18 January
John Jenkins | January 18, 2022

Wewillrock and The Stoney One, both entered for Saturday’s Karaka Million race meeting at Ellerslie, worked well together going the reverse way around at this morning’s Hastings track session.

Working about five metres out from the running rail, Wewillrock and The Stoney One worked in from the 200m peg around to the 1200m, steadily increasing speed as they went. They were timed for the full 1000m in 1:08.1, running the first 400m in 29.7 before coming home the last 600 in 38.4.

Both horses were hitting out well at the finish and co-trainer Guy Lowry was very happy with their work.

Wewillrock has not raced since winning over 1200m at Te Rapa on December 18 but had a 1000m trial at Foxton last week to help prepare him while The Stoney One was a close last start second over 1215m at Rotorua on December 28.

A Shocking-Peritinette three-year-old gelding in the Lowry/Cullen stable was restricted to an easy 1000m on the plough in 1:14.4, the last 600 in 44.2 while an Ocean Park three-year-old filly in the same stable ended her work with 600m in 44.2.

An Alamosa four-year-old mare and a Redwood three-year-old filly worked in from the 600m peg in 43.9 but were only let stride out over the last 400m in 27.4.

A Mongolian Khan three-old and a Mongolian Khan two-year-old worked together over 600m in 44.3 while a Telperion two-year-old filly and one by Wrote were also only let run along over the last 400m when working together on the plough.